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Milton Friedman, 94; economist propelled shift toward markets, individualism

By Mark Feeney
Globe Staff / November 17, 2006

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Milton Friedman, the Nobel laureate economist who played a key role in the intellectual resurgence of capitalism and the global shift to free-market economics in the final third of the 20th century, died of heart failure yesterday at a San Francisco hospital. He was 94. (Full article: 1487 words)

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